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LING 135.00 Introduction to Sociolinguistics 6 credits

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Hulings 316

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11:10am12:20pm11:10am12:20pm12:00pm1:00pm
Synonym: 62819

Morgan Rood

There is a complex relationship between language and society. This course examines how language variation is tied to identity and the role of language in human social interaction. We will consider language as it relates to social status, age, gender, ethnicity, and location as well as theoretical models used to study variation. We will also examine how language is used in conversation, in the media, and beyond using ethnography of communication and discourse analysis. You will become more aware of how language is used in your own daily life and will be able to argue sociolinguistic perspectives on language attitudes.

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